Professor Camilla Hollanti received special recognition from WCC

The awards ceremony kicked off the Academic Summit at Aalto University.

 

Professor Camilla Hollanti received her award from WCC President, Nobel Laureate Edmond H. Fischer.  

The World Cultural Council, WCC, has granted six special recognitions to researchers from Aalto University.

At the Aalto University School of Science the award was granted to Assistant Professor Camilla Hollanti, who leads a vibrant research group in algebra and number theory. This branch of discrete mathematics is central to applications in coding, computing and communications. Hollanti and her group have made important contributions to space-time codes, distributed storage systems and secure communications.

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